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Barclays to pay $2bn to settle US mortgage mis-selling probe

Barclays to pay $2bn to settle US mortgage mis-selling probe

DoJ says bank ‘caused billions of dollars in losses to investors’

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Donald Trump Slams Amazon.com

Donald Trump Slams Amazon.com

President Donald Trump criticized Amazon.com Inc. via Twitter, saying the e-commerce giant was “putting many thousands of retailers out of business.”

Published 4 months ago

Trump lashes out at Amazon over retail disruption, taxes

Trump lashes out at Amazon over retail disruption, taxes

US president says Amazon is ‘putting many thousands of retailers out of business’

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European powers push for Iran sanctions to keep US in deal

European powers push for Iran sanctions to keep US in deal

France, Germany and UK aim to address Trump concerns and preserve 2015 nuclear accord

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European stocks climb as eyes turn to Wall St

European stocks climb as eyes turn to Wall St

Equities in the eurozone firm but all eyes remain on the Faang tech stocks

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Fed’s Harker, Seeing Stronger Inflation, Lifts His Outlook for Interest Rates

Fed’s Harker, Seeing Stronger Inflation, Lifts His Outlook for Interest Rates

Philadelphia Fed President Patrick Harker said he expects officials will need to raise short-term interest rates a total of three times this year, up from his earlier projection of two, due to stronger inflation.

Published 4 months ago

Behind the Political Rise of Devin Nunes

Behind the Political Rise of Devin Nunes

Devin Nunes, the California Republican and chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, has been front and center during the panel’s Russia probe. To those who have known him since his early days in politics, that’s hardly surprising.

Published 4 months ago

The IRS Is Auditing a Lot Fewer Americans

The IRS Is Auditing a Lot Fewer Americans

The percentage of individuals receiving tax audits declined for the sixth consecutive year in 2017 to reach the lowest level since 2002, further showing the effect of budget cuts at the Internal Revenue Service.

Published 4 months ago

Fed’s Harker, Seeing Stronger Inflation, Lifts His Outlook for Interest Rates

Fed’s Harker, Seeing Stronger Inflation, Lifts His Outlook for Interest Rates

Philadelphia Fed President Patrick Harker said he expects officials will need to raise short-term interest rates a total of three times this year, up from his earlier projection of two, due to stronger inflation.

Published 4 months ago

In Many States, Students at Public Universities Foot Biggest Part of the Bill

In Many States, Students at Public Universities Foot Biggest Part of the Bill

After years of state-spending cuts, students in more than half of all U.S. states are for the first time paying more in tuition to attend public colleges or universities than the government contributes.

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How the Middle East’s Conflicts Shut Down Its Skies

How the Middle East’s Conflicts Shut Down Its Skies

If you want to see what a tangle of geopolitical conflicts the Middle East has become, just look at its convoluted air routes.

Published 4 months ago

Koreas lay groundwork for Kim-Moon summit

Koreas lay groundwork for Kim-Moon summit

Pyongyang and Seoul to hold top-level meeting in effort to denuclearise peninsula

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Takeda Shares Fall as Investors Queasy Over Possible Bid for Shire

Takeda Shares Fall as Investors Queasy Over Possible Bid for Shire

Takeda Pharmaceutical Co. shares fell 7.4% on Thursday to their lowest level in more than a year, over concerns that the potential of a blockbuster deal to acquire Shire PLC was too much for the Japanese company to swallow.

Published 4 months ago

North and South Korea Set Date for Summit

North and South Korea Set Date for Summit

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un agreed to meet his South Korean counterpart on April 27 in what will be just the third meeting between leaders of the rival states.

Published 4 months ago